Most things living inside you are harmful. Like a tapeworm. Or insecurity. But there is one thing that desperately wants to live inside of you that is the complete opposite of harmful. In fact, it’s the one thing that can guide you to living a fulfilling life in an empty world.
Halftime adjustments can make all the difference in sports. It’s also true in life. In fact, it’s where we find ourselves at this point of the year. It’s July and this is a great season to make midyear adjustments. In this series, we will discover practical ways that will help us prepare for the second half of the year. It’s not too late to finish strong. It’s only Halftime.
Jeff Henderson, Wendy Henderson, Andy Stanley, Sandra Stanley, Gerald Fadayomi, and Reed Moore
Have you ever seen a vacation destination and thought, “I want go there someday”? #VacationGoals Have you ever seen a family and thought, “That’s what a great family looks like”? #FamilyGoals We all have different goals in life. In this series, we'll talk through some practical steps you can take to get closer to your goals.
Following Jesus’ crucifixion, his followers expected what anyone expects after someone dies: that they would remain that way. But one of Jesus’s followers, John, gave an eyewitness account which summarized the main event surrounding Christianity: Jesus rose from the dead. In this seventh and final sign that John documents, he makes the case that Jesus is exactly who he claimed to be.
While believing in Jesus gives hope, Christianity is not based on hope or blind faith. It's based on evidence. As an eyewitness to many of Jesus' miracles, the apostle John reminds us that the supernatural feats of Jesus are not just random acts of kindness meant to help and inspire people. They are signs that give evidence for who Jesus is.